Tom Reichner wrote in post #18513018
I live in an area that has single-digit temps in the winter and over 100 degree days in the summer. .
I usually leave my cameras and lenses in my car 24/7. .
Never had any problems with them - ever.
Camera gear is really tough, both inside and out, and doesn't have to be pampered or cared for carefully at all. .
It just lasts and last and performs perfectly no matter how much you expose it to or how much you neglect it. .
It just continues to work..
So you've never had a problem with the humidity allowing fungus to grow in your lenses? Out West, I wouldn't give it a second thought.... it's a little different here in Florida... day after day... or at least, that is my concern.
I grew up in Montana and Wyoming. I don't know for certain but I'd guess the relative humidity is around 15% most of the time. As you drive East, you can feel the humidity building. In PA, July and August often has days of 95/95, i.e., 95 degrees F and 95% relative humidity. Same here in Florida, depending where you live.
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